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Ashampoo Photo Commander

Ashampoo Photo Commander Reviews and Cloudswave Rating

  • 63

    Cloudswave Score for Ashampoo Photo Commander

    Rating based on 6 Critic Reviews

    6 Favorable reviews
    75 %
    2 Mixed reviews
    25 %
    0 unfavorable reviews
    0 %
  • Though not all possible features are present, and though some of them could use a more professional touch, most users may find that Ashampoo Photo Commander might well be the only tool they will ever need to manage and retouch their photo collection.

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  • If there's an issue with all of this, it comes in trying to get started: there are so many features to explore that it can take a while to find your way around. But it's worth persevering. Ashampoo Photo Commander 11 is an excellent graphics tool with the power to handle all your photo workflow needs.

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  • This photo-editing software piles on the features in a pleasant interface, but falls short in some important ways.

    PROS

    -Pleasant interface.
    -Lots of photo manipulation tools.
    -Raw camera file support.
    -Tone curve editing.

    CONS

    -Slow performance.
    -Weak noise reduction and no chromatic aberration correction.
    -No direct uploading to Flickr.
    -Pricey compared with alternatives.

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  • Despite all this functionality, the program is marketed mainly as an organiser, and it’s a pretty good one. I particularly like the way the images are automatically sorted by the day they were taken. This initial configuration is great when you’re compiling an album or slideshow, because it provides instant continuity

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  • Ashampoo Photo Commander 11 is a real mixed bag, the list of features is long! It is similar to the free Picasa from Google, but Photo Commander can do quite a bit more, although it's not as easy to navigate. The most useful features are editing, sharing and create - all of which should appeal to the novice user who wants to do a little more with their photos than simply upload after shooting.

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  • Ashampoo Photo Commander 11's performance does not justify its price tag.

    Pros:

    • A comprehensive feature set

    Cons:

    • Slow
    • Cluttered interface
    • Does not automatically rotate images

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  • Ashampoo Commander is a comprehensive suite for organizing, improving your photos, and publishing them in a fashionable manner. None of this has been crippled in this version; on the contrary, the newly added tools increase its functionality to new levels.

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  • Photo Commander does an excellent job at many things, but it also is let down by poor coding practices that means it needs a fast PC to run smoothly. To compare, Google's own Picasa offers a lot of the same functionality (but not all of it) and runs much faster overall, so clearly speed improvements are possible here. However, for avid photographers who have a fast PC or who don't mind a slight delay with thumbnail displaying and image processing, then this application offers a lot to those who'll invest in it.

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